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Lot NO. l.c .
Ladies' Black, Full-Fashioned Seamless Hose, -
Plain and Ribbed Tops. Regular price, 25c. Closing out price, 15c.
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Lot No. 2.s
Ladies' Black and Grey Extra Fine "Wool Hose,
Regular price, 30c. Closing out price, 20c.
Lot No. 3.ss3- ' .
Ladies' Extra Fine, Full-Fashioned Hose,
in Plain Black and Gre'. These goods are all Wool and of
superior finish. Regular price, 35 and 40c. Closing out price, 25c.
Lot No, 4.sssss
Children's Fine Ribbed Cashmere Hose,
Full Lengthwith Cotton Heel and Toe. ' Reg. 25c. Closing, 15c.
Lot No. 5.ss-x
Children's Extra Heavy Ribbed Bicycle Hose,
in Black and Dark Grey. This is an extra good Hose for
Boys Regular price, 30 and 35c. .Closing out price, 20c.
PR ASF. MAYS
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
MAIER & BENTON,
. The Dalles, Oregon.
Nolan's Book Store now located! at
No. 54 Second Street, near Union.'
Ask "VanbibDer & Worsley for it. .
40c. Every Square is Full Weight.
A. A. B.
TBLEPHOKTE ZtsTO. 80.
Th3 Dalles Daily Chronicle.
n tared a the Foatoffice at The Dalles, Oregon
as second-class matter.
MQNDAY, ... FEBRUARY 3, 1S96
Leaves From the Notebook of Clironlcle
of the local
City council meeting tonight.
The second of the month coming on
Sunday, today ia collection day.
The first installment of paraphernalijUT18 fun
fnr t.hft cvmnftRinm has arrived. i at Dufur
The Gesang Verein Harnionie gave
. another of their entertaining socials last
Fair weather today has been predicted
by the signal service and stationary tem
Mr. Robt. E. Williams made an as
signment today, Mr. A. S. Mac Allister
being the assignee.
The revival services at the M. E.
church will continue this week. A cor
dial invitation is extended to all.
The regular annual meeting of East
End Hose Co., No. 3, will occur next
Wednesday evening at 7 :30 o'clock. ,
in time. The well today has been
pumped out and boarded up, and the
carcass of the horse carried to the dump
Mr. Milton Harlan
position of city edito;
icle, and will have
work connected with
in the past.
The beginning clasa of Mias Moore's
dancing school' will hereafter meet Mon
day evenings at 8 o clock. No specta
tors are allowed at this clasa. For the
new dances the class will meet Tuesday
night at 8 o'clock.
The running of ice in the river last
month caused a good deal of inconveni
ence and damage to the fishipg interests.
Some of those who werensKing for stur
geon had their lines sweptjawttjt-by the
ice and considerable time was sent in
Among the visitors in town yesterday
was Hon. D. R. Murphy of Portland,
who occupies the position of United
.States district attorney for Oregon. Mr.
Murphy was on his way home from
Sherman county, where he had been,
presumably, on government business.
the nature , of which could not be
be learned, however.
Mr. Allaway, manager of the D. P. &
A. N. Co., is about to issue a circular
calling attention to the fact of free stor
age of wool in the new warehouse. Also
that an arrangement has been perfected
between the boat company and Mr.
- Moody whereby the latter will put in a
baler at the warehouse, which will be
Under his supervision.
Many people called at. the new candy
factory yesterday, and could not get the
favorite Marsh mellow taffy and Carbon
ated peanut bars. W. J. Moore wishes
to announce that he haa just received
new supplies for rnanufactnring all kinds
of candies, and that yon may have any
thing in his line that a love of sweets
may wish for. Call and see his goods.
Lidra. F. H. Rowe has recently fallen
Rowe has gone thither in . her interest.
Mr. and Mrs. Rowe resided in The Dalles
up till a short time ago, but removed to
Stevenson to be nearer the saw mill,
where Mr. Rowe has large lumbering in
terests. According to the Pioneer, Mrs.
Rowe's share in the estate is $900,000.
uneral of J. F. Easton, who died
on Saturday, occurred this
moi-ning. He was one of Dufur's most
respected young men, a long-time resi
dent, and prominent in social and fra
ternal circles. The Woodmen, of which
society he was an honored member, offi
cered at the burial services. A large
number of the Woodmen of this city left
this morning to be present.
A special echool election was held at
Mosier on the 35th inst, resulting in the
selection of Michael Dichtenmuller to
fill the unexpired term of Hill Hunter,
deceased. Mr. Dichtenmuller is a well
known patron of the public schools in that
neighborhood, having some years ago
given an acre of ground to the district
for a school, house site. This plot is
centrally located, has a fine spring, and
makes one of the handsomest sites for a
school building that could have been
fouud in that country.
The meeting of reDresentatives of Re
publican clubs throughout the state will
be held in Portland tomorrow. Much
enthusiasm is manifested and a large at
tendance will inevitably result. The
prevailing opinion eeems to be that Re
publicans never had a better chance for
success, and naturally all are interested
in men and methods. Many represen
tatives from the country precincts were
to be seen on our streets this morning
and the previous evening, and it is an
assured fact that Eastern Oregon will
have no inconsiderable voice at the Port
Accident at the East End.
THE DALLES COMMISSION CO
New Enterprise and a Promising
field for Business.
Another cherished dream of The
Dalles is about to be realized. Articles
of incorporation were filed in the clerk's
office today by The Dalles Commission
Co., who will soon operate a cold stor
age warehouse. . The wording of the
document aa to the intents of the com
pany is to buy, sell, and deal in coal,
wood, ice, fish, meats fruits, vegetables
and produce; to buy, own, lease and
operate a cold storage warehouse; to
conduct a general storage and commis
sion business; and to buy, sell, lease
and rent real estate. The capital stock is
placed at $3,000 and the shares are $200
This company enters a new and prom
ising field for business in this city. Be
sides the possibilities of benefit expect
ed of a ' well-copducted commission
business, the purpose of the company
to operate a, cold storage will not fai
to be appreciated, bv the toilers I
the varied field of production. Th
season for perishables -is thus vi
tually lengthened and makes it possibl
for the farmer, the orchardist and
fisherman to Await a better price for
produce. The place of business of
company will be trie old Uhboni
building, which will -soon be fitted
for the purpose. '
Morris Cushmg of 3-Mile lost a horse
last night and narrowly escaped personal
injury by a singular accident. At an
unusual hour he rode into Mr. Dar-
nielle's feed yard in the East End for the
purpose of watering his animal at the
accustomed trough in the rear of the
yard. Instead of the trough, there was
an open well, and the horse stumbled
headlong into it. Mr. Cushing sue
ceeded in extricating himself from the
animal by clutching at an adjacent fence,
but the horse either broke its neck or
was drowned by the plunge. The glare
of the electric lights, rapidly succeeded
by the darkness of the spot where the
well is located, is probably responsible
for the horse not perceiving its danger
No excuse for sleepless nights when
you can procure One Minute ,Jough
ure. This will relieve all annoyances
cure the most severe cough and give you
rest and health. Can you afford to do
without it? Snipes-Kinei-sly Drug Co,
today for Cas-
Father Bronsgeest left
Mr. C. W. Emerson of
in town today.
Messrs Lee Evans and C. G. Graham
of Hosier were in town today. '
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J.YJ.r. U. J. 11CI11U blAth IUC7 UUUU biaiUII
today for Portland on a business trip. J
Mr. Frank Menefee went to Dufur this
morning to attend the funeral of J. F
Messrs. Thos. Driver and John Michell
went to Portland today to attend the Re
publican clubs' meeting.
Mr. C. S. Vanduyn, of the Heppner
Palace hotel, is in the city, with a view
of locating in The Dalles.
Mr. B. F. Laughlin left yesterday fov
Portland. He goes as a delegate to th'
convention of Republican clubs. '
Mr. Fred. W. Wilson, of ThbChron-
icle, went to Portland on i tafcafternoon
train to attend the conventiojfxy cubs.
Rev. Mr. Goss, or the Episcopal
Scale at Columbus.
"Mr. Emile Schanno.-one of the state
horticultural commissioners, coes to Co
lumbus Wednerday on complaint of the
fruit raisers of that section that orchards
are badly infested with the scale. There
are five large orchards surrounding Co
lumbus and Grants, besides smaller
ones, and self-protective measures be
come imperative. Mr. Schanno ia en
thusiastic over the lime, sulphur and
salt remedy and believes it is all-sufficient
as a means of extermination. The
lady-bug is inadequate to meet the re
quirements. The bug either finds other
edible matter better suited to its taste in
this part of the state or the climatic con
ditions are against the rapid multiplica
tion of the species, At all events' the
lady-bug here is a, failure. The lime,
sulphur'and salt receipt will be found in
the issue of April 30th.
nstallatlon of Officers, 1. l. u. x'
The installation of officers took place
at The Dalles Lodge, No. 2, Saturday
evening. The following persons were
installed for the ensuing quarter: HD
Angell, C T ; Mrs Brown, V T ; Mr Har
per, P C T; Dr Frazier, G; Mrs J E
Barnett, S J T; CO Bunker, Secy ; Miss
Fox, AS; Chester Starr, F S; Ed Mi
chell, T; Chas Campbell, M; May Bar-
nett, AM; Mr Thomas, G ; F Sexton
Miss Sylvester, O.
prizes ol elegant gold bad gee,
which were to be given for the best
original essays on "Temperance," were
awarded to Geo. Stewart and Edward
Notice is hereby given that for
purpose of making an examination of all
persons who may offer themselves as
candidates for teachers of the schools of
this county, the county school snperin
tendent thereof will hold a public ex
amination at his office in The Dalles,
beginning at 1 o'clock p. m., WedneS'
day Feb. 12, 1896.
Dated this 1st day of Feb., 1896.
County School Superintendent ' of
'Wasco County, Ore. jl-dwllt
church, will remain in The Dalles the re- J Highest Honors World S
mainder of this week, and may be found I
at the vestry room in the rear of the
Mr. Charles Frank started for the
East last Saturday evemcg He will
visit relatives in Iown and pSfesibly jour
ney farther east. A large iVumber of
his friends gathered at the trainp wish
him a pleasant journey. -
Baeklen'i Arlaci Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevez
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded. Price 25 cents
p?r box. For sale by Blakeley and
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.
OFFICE and SCHOOL SUPPLI
For Low Prices, go to the
Jacobsen Book & Music Company,
162 Second Street,
THE DALLES, OR.
H ol i d ay Perfumes.
Buy a nice, clean, sweet Perfume or Toilet
Water, elegantly put up. Itfmakes" a hand
some and much appreciated present.
Prices to "tickle
"Lour" or "Short" Purses.
DOMEIiIi'S DftfJG STORE.
Telephone No. 15,
, Seed Wheat, Seed Oats,SeeTRye, Seed
Corn; Afalfa Seed, Clover Seed, Timothy
Seed and other Grass Seeds; Northern
.Grown.Sseds, Garden Seeds, Early Minn
esota Corn, Dakota Yello-w Dent Corn and
Stowell's Evergreen Corn. Yello-w Dan
vers Onion Sets, Choice large, Mealy Bnr
"bank Seedling Potatoes.
Poultry and Eggs
Groceries Sold Cheap.
Bought and Sold. ' Chofce Assortment of
Terms Positively Cash or Produce, at -. -
J. H. CROSS' FEED and GROCERY STORE